Pennsylvania HAZUS Network (PENNHAZUS)

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Dr. Thomas Mueller, Assistant Coordinator
Department of Earth Science
California University of Pennsylvania
250 University Avenue
California, PA 15419
p: 724.938.4255
f: 724.938.5780
e: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

SEPA HUG
George Heake, Emergency Management Coordinator
Institute on Disabilities (UCEDD) Temple University
Director of Operations
Center for Preparedness Research Education and Practice (CPREP)
Temple University
p: 215.204.7177
e: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

What We Do

The Pennsylvania HAZUS Network is a collection of HAZUS User Groups in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania that will assist HAZUS users.  The Co-Chairs of the Network are .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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News from Region III

Two weeks left for West Virginia survivors to apply to FEMA, SBA

CHARLESTON, W. Va. – There are only two weeks left to apply for disaster assistance grants from FEMA and to submit applications for physical disaster loans to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). West Virginia survivors eligible for federal assistance, because of the June 22-29 storms and flooding, have until Wednesday, Sept. 7 to file their applications.

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Partnerships and progress: West Virginia severe storms, flooding, mudslides and landslides 60 days later

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia is taking significant steps toward recovery following the severe storms, flooding, landslides and mudslides that occurred June 22-29, 2016.

Recovery takes the Whole Community. Affected communities and disaster survivors are repairing and rebuilding better, stronger and safer with the help of neighbors, friends, family members, voluntary groups, faith- and community-based organizations and local, county, state and federal governments.

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West Virginians receiving rental aid: Tell FEMA if you need more

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Thousands of West Virginians were displaced from their homes by the June 22-29 severe storms, floods, landslides and mudslides. FEMA gave grants to more than 2,500 households to help them pay for a temporary place to live. If your household received rental assistance from FEMA, you must let FEMA know if you have a continuing need for it.

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